Laziness and prodding - do they go hand in hand? Are you lazy and find it too difficult to complete a task in its scheduled time? You may have your own clock to perform the tasks and I will not object. But are you too serious when others are given the responsibility of a task and remain worried about when the job will be finished? If yes, then I think it may be inherent to those who are lazy, though I would not generalise it. Let me give you an example of an interesting situation. The outside portion of the building is being repaired and for that, the masons have made the scaffolding in a portion of the building. Since the scaffolding is made, a particular resident residing in that part of the building thought of utilizing it for his personal repairing job and instructed a plumber to start the repairing job. The person engaged in the repairing of the whole building is very lazy and is famous for not finishing the job in time. On hearing that another person will use the scaffolding to do the personal plumbing job of a resident he began to prod the plumber to finish the job as early as possible and tried to reason in such a way that the scaffolding will be dismantled from that portion as soon as the plumber finishes the job. The plumber finished the job in time and the scaffolding is still there even after a couple of days. It seems when you are lazy, you prod others to do a task as early as possible. Members, do you have any such experience?